A Carbon Tax Would Have Prevented Sandy

Hurricanes are afraid of taxes, and run away from them.

We should prefer the meaning that conveys the gravity of climate change. All those involved in communicating climate should take a hand in claiming the storm (Sandy)  for that narrative. It is, ultimately, immoral not to.

The moral logic of climate communication | Grist

They should claim the 1900 Galveston Hurricane while they are at it.

And the 1780 hurricane

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6 Responses to A Carbon Tax Would Have Prevented Sandy

  1. Andy DC says:

    People are going to get very angry when we tax carbon, but hurricanes keep coming and destroying everyone’s happy free love commune.

  2. The reason we know that hurricanes are afeard of taxes is that they stay out of high-tax places like New York, & flock to low tax places like Montana.

  3. morgan says:

    they don’t understand taxes and come and go as they please and with our severe pollutions in the world they are going and coming at a much faster pace’ and one day boom’ humans will be extinct as well’ like the polar bears are becoming.

  4. zvi blank says:

    Global warming should be left to scientists and not to politicians.

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